your CVS client application will determine the corrent end-of-line markers for
the file based upon the OS you're using. This is why you should
avoid checking out your source from CVS onto a network filesystem which is
shared. Actually, in general it's not a good idea to have a shared
workspace. There have been people in the past which wanted to check out
their source onto a filesystem which was shared between UNIX and Win32, and of
course they couldn't keep their line breaks correct. Just keep it simple
and have a separate workspace for each machine and each user. (BTW: we use
both... our application is shipped for 3 UNIX platforms and
The clients using our cvs systems are windows and
linux machines. Is there anybody who knows if there are problems using both?
Problems with line breaking?
Thanks for your answer